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|1||Programme of Meetings|
|3||Obituary - David Holgate MA; FRSA - 1929-1999||Terence A. Lockett|
|5||Obituary - Dr. John Brierley||Barry Lomax|
|7||Obituary - Michael Price||Michael Berthoud|
|8||Reports of Meetings|
|8||30th October 1999 : Green Glaze - Josiah Wedgwood & Norman Wilson||Barbara Tomkins|
|9||27th November 1999 : Further Research on Bovey Tracey||Tony Thomas|
|9||27th November 1999 : Maritime Prints on Creamware||Peter Hyland|
|10||27th November 1999 : Six Teapots by William Machin (and William Potts?)||John Bentley|
|11||Snippets of Interest:- Maxwell Fry's 'Autobiographical Sketches' 1975|
|11||Snippets of Interest:- Some Ashtead Pottery Nursery Wares|
|13||Register of Ceramic Designs at the P.R.O., Kew||David M. Beaton|
|16||Hilditch Dessert Services & Related Pieces||Maggie & Keith Farmer|
|21||Closing the Gap - An 1811 Directory Discovered||Rodney Hampson|
|23||Spode's 'Buffalo' Pattern: The 'Featherheads'||Anthony Bunce|
|26||References to Ceramics in Contemporary Verse||Lionel Burman|
|28||Help Given and Help Wanted:- Research information sought|
|28||Help Given and Help Wanted:- Yet Another Jug|
|29||Help Given and Help Wanted:- Coalport or Not?|
|29||Help Given and Help Wanted:-- Anti-slavery Cup - a possible source|
|30||Potteries Jotteries No. 75||Rodney Hampson|
|31||Books:- A Cabinet of British Creamers|
|31||Books:- 19th Century Lustreware|
|32||Books:- Adams Ceramics - Staffordshire Potters 1779-1998|
|32||Books:- Scottish Ceramics|
|33||Books:- Josiah Wedgwood's Slave Medallion|
|34||Diary and Exhibitions|